The experience helmet

Turn your neurons into electronic beats via a motorcycle helmet

The Experience Helmet is a sound installation developed to turn brain activity in eletronic beats via an EEG system.
Prof. Trevor Cox at University of Salford

The world’s most amazing acoustic phenomena: interview with prof. Trevor Cox

Interview with Trevor Cox - author of the book Sonic Wonderland, A Scientific Odyssey of Sound and professor of Acoustic Engineering.
Synthesising Sounds with Web Audio API

Synthesising Sounds with Web Audio API

This post is part of the series Make Noise with Web Audio API and originally appeared on Sonoport Tech Blog. We’re excited to kick off a...
Music for Programming

Music for Programming: curated playlists for the productivity nerd

Interview to the founder of Music for Programming, a project dedicated to the curation of music playlists for productive developers and more.
Vivero Tomoko acoutisc shelter by MottoWasabi/Anna Salonen & Yuki Abe

Interior design can control the noise that is driving you crazy

Last Design Week Furniture Fair's hot topic was the intersection between acoustic and interior design, in order to provide some solution to the noise within some special places (open plan offices, restaurants etc.)
Nokia ringtone

20,000 times per second in a day: the history of Nokia’s ringtone

May of 2003: last days of schools with all the thoughts already pointed towards the summer holidays. The bell rings, indicating that classes are...
Sound poster by Trapped in Suburbia

Sound poster is the triumph of Kandinsky’s synaesthesia

The modern poster in the 21st century dates back to the mid-1800s when the printing industry refined colour lithography and made mass production feasible. Today, a poster...
Luke Twyman

Luke Twyman: when the interactive designer becomes a sonic explorer

This post originally appeared on Sonoport Blog. Interview with Luke Twyman, interactive designer freelancer and creator of Whitevinyl, one of the most exciting playground for...

Give people the seeds to grow a melody: interview to Lullatone

Interview to the creators of Patatap and Typatone, some of the most compelling projects of sound communication in the web of the latest years.